Spain Overview of services

Andalucia
Coverage Map of Andalucia

“Andalucía is served mainly by Málaga Airport, but other smaller airports such as Granada, Almería and  Jeréz provide services and the east coast of Andalucía can be reached from the airports in Alicante and Murcia.

Andalucía

FIND YOUR TOWN

If you are looking for a property to purchase it can often be confusing to work out where the main coastal towns and cities are located. This map links the Towns from West to East to the “Costa de la Luz; Costa del Sol;and Costa Tropical,” and from North to South for the “Costa de Almería.”Andalucía is home to the historic cities of Sevilla, Granada and Cordoba. The beautiful “pueblos blancos of Cádiz”  also provide a desirable alternative to the coast.

    As part of our property services in Spain, we provide flood-risk, fire-risk and  planning and environmental            reports for the whole of Andalucía.


Valencia, Costa Blanca, Costa de Valencia, Costa del Azahar
Coverage Map of Valencia

Valencía is served mainly by Alicante Airport, but other smaller airports such as Valencia,  and Castellon provide services and the southern coast of Valencía can easily be reached from the airport in  Murcia.

Valencia

FIND YOUR TOWN

This map links the Towns in order from North to South to each of the “Costas.” (Costa del Azahar; Costa de Valencia; Costa Blanca).

Valencia also has an extensive inland area, home to Orihuela, Castalla and Xativa  which can also provide an alternative to the coast.

As part of our property services in Spain, we provide flood-risk, fire-risk and planning and environmental reports for the whole of Valencía.

Valencia has three provinces (Alicante, Valencia and Castellon).

Murcia, Costa Calida
Coverage Map of Murcia

On the 14th January 2019 the new international airport officially opened at Corvera. Due to its small size, most of Murcia can also  easily be reached from Alicante airport.

Murcia

FIND YOUR TOWN

Murcia has a single province (Murcia). If you are looking for a property to purchase it can often be confusing to work out where the main coastal towns and cities are located.

This map links the main  coastal towns on the “Costa Calida” from north to south.

Murcia is also home to the interior towns of Lorca, Blanca, Yecla and Jumilla  which can also provide an alternative to the coast..

At present we can only provide flood-risk and planning and environmental reports for Murcia.